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Framingham State College 
Framingham, Massachusetts) 



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Welcome to Framingham State 

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2002-2003 




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Dear Class of 2003, ■ 

Thank you for being so patient in waiting for 
your 2003 yearbook. As you are now off in 
the world (hopefully successful and happy), 
please enjoy taking a look back into the past 
at your years at Framingham State College. 

Best to all, 



Lindsay M. Dumont 
Editor In Chief 




Framingham State College ... it brings up a variety 
of memories for all those who have walked across 
campus and sat in classrooms. Within four, five 
(or six!) years ... Friendships have been formed, 
careers have been chosen, and fun times were 
plentiful. The Dial hopes to capture snapshots 
reflecting the diverse experiences an FSC student 
can have. Whether you spent hours at the library 
studying or hours in the College Center planning 
Sandbox, the Dial can only hope that the 
following pages trigger some challenging and 
unique memories of life at FSC. 




Table of Contents 

Dr. Arthur Doyle 4 
Around Campus 10 
Clubs and Events 20 
Athletics 48 
Faculty and (Staff 61 
(Senior Section 71 
(Senior Portraits 77 
Graduation 109 
Parent Ads 120 
(Special Thanks 132 




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Dr. Arthur M. Doyle 

November II, 1938 - August 15, 2002 




Arthur M. Doyle received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University 
of Chicago in 1 96 1 , his master's degree from Dartmouth College in 1 963, 
and his doctorate from the University of Rochester in 1 968. He began his 
career at Framingham State College as Assistant Professor of Physics on 
September ] , 1 968, and from the beginning was an active member of the 
academic community. 

A member of the Physics Department, he served several terms as chairman, 
where he was solicitous of his colleagues" opinions, fair in his judgments, 
and supportive of their needs. Over the years, he served on almost every 
committee at the College, and introduced many new important courses to 
the curriculum. Beloved by his students and faculty colleagues alike, in 
1 983 Dr. Doyle was the first member of the faculty to receive a 
Distinguished Service Award in recognition of outstanding service to 
students, to scholarship, and to advancing the objectives of the institution. 
In 1 985, Dr. Doyle received a second Distinguished Service Award which 
cited his gifted teaching and development of new courses in the computer 
area. 



In 1 992, when Dr. Helen Heineman was 
appointed Academic Vice President, Dr. Doyle 
left his position as full professor and chairman 
of the Department of Physics to enter the world 
of administration as a Faculty Fellow in the 
Office of Academic Affairs. In 1999 he became 
Vice President of Academic Affairs and provided 
superb academic leadership for the College 
thereafter. Dr. Doyle was a vital and essential 
part of the management team at Framingham 
State College. 




Dr. Doyle was the primary leader in turning the 
College into a fully wireless campus where all 
students will use Internet laptop computers by 
2005. He was also instrumental in restructuring 
the College's teacher preparation program and 
the general education curriculum, and most 
recently was appointed by President Helen 
Heineman to oversee the College's preparations 
for its accreditation visit and review by the New 
England Association of Schools and Colleges. 



In his free time, he enjoyed golfing, rafting, mountain climbing, and was an 
avid runner who participated in numerous road races throughout New 
England, including the completion of 1 6 Boston Marathons. 

Dr. Doyle is survived by his wife, Alice Hammond Doyle; his daughter, 
Jennifer Doyle of Oakland, California; his son, Jay Doyle and his wife 
Heather; and granddaughter, Alevia Alice Doyle of Newtown, Pennsylvania. 





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Photo right: Dr. Irene Foster assists a student 
with a class project on her wireless laptop. Many 
classes began implementing a wireless curriculum 
during 2002-2003 year. 



Photo below: During a Technology Fair, ITS 
employee Greg Merloni demonstrates a new 
helpdesk program designed to help staff and 
faculty on campus. 




Care and Service for FSC Wireless Laptops 

With more students purchasing wireless laptops upon enrollment at 
the College, servicing and care of laptops is of major importance. 
Students can visit a laptop specialist in ITS to address any issues 
related to the laptop's performance. 



Students, staff and faculty have many questions and concerns as new| 
technology impacts campus. Information Technology Services (ITS) I 
the first line of defense in providing direct care and support t| 
laptops. Whether during a Technology Fair or Orientation workshop! 
the College provided various opportunities to learn about keeping thfi 
laptops running. 




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ks a branch of Student Services, Career Services prepares students for Artist-in-Residence Mark Evans shares his joy of music through the 
[ife after FSC at the Graduate School Fair held annually. College's Opera series. 



AQOUND CAMPUS 

Everyone Contributes to 

Excellence 





Chief Brad Medeiros heads Campus Police through several community Framingham State College's police frequently utilize mountain bike 
based projects on campus. P atrols t0 connect with the campus community. 



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Framingham (State College was home to many of us. A place where some of us met our 
best friends for life. A place where we laughed, cried and grew together... 






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Your Community 

"First it is necessary to stand on your 
own two feetT3ut the minute a man 
finds himself in that position, the next 
thing he should do is reach out his 
arms." -Kristin Hunter, © Magazine 





To the right, a student 
purchasing books at 
the FSC Bookstore. Lets 
not forget how 

exciting it was to see 
how much you would 
be spending on books 
each semester! 

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use of the campus 
wireless connection 
while waiting for the 
shuttle to arrive. 



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mingle with the 
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patroling on bicycles. 



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SGA Elections 



William Reddy 

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SGA T3anquet 



Rachel Lucking and 

Kelly Wharton with 

some beautiful 

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Tiffany Panagiotes, Stephanie 

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The Metro West Economic Research Center (MERC) collects and analyzes the economic, 

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useful information regarding employment and economic data. Students are also interns: 

through MERC and gain valuable experience through the department. 




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Dance Club. Whether it's tap, jazz, or 

modern dance, there is always an 

opportunity to perform in the Dance Club. 



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Anvthina Goes 



with The Hilltop Players! 




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The Hilltop Players is a club full of talented and dedicated students who put on a 
magnificent performance of the musical "An/thing Goes". From the actors, singers, 
dancers, to the crew and backstage help, this was truly one of Hilltop's best! 



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10 % Alliance and Allies 
Active (Sociologists 

Amigos 

Amnesty International 

Art Ink 

Black and Gold Orientation Leaders 

Chemistry Club 

CHOICES 

Christian Fellowship Club 

Culture In Effect 

Dial Yearbook 

Economics/Business Club 

Family & Consumer (Sciences Club 

ESC Dance Club 

The Gatepost 
Geography Club 

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Hilltop Players 

Human Rights Action Committee 

International Students' Union 

Life Sciences Club 

MASSPIRG 

Mathematics Club 

Men's and Women's Lacrosse Club 





The Newman Association 

The Onyx 

Psychology and Social Action Club 

Residence Hall Association 

Mens's and Women's Rugby Club 

Ski Club 

Student Government Association (SGA) 

Student Union Activities Board (SUAB) 

United Voices of Praise 

WDJM 

HONOR SOCIETIES 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Alpha Upsilon Alpha, Alpha Pi Chapter 

Beta Beta Beta 

Kappa Chi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi 

Omicron Delta Epsilon 

Phi Upsilon Omicron 

Pinnacle 

Sigma Delta Pi; Nu Theta Chapter 

Sigma Tau Delta 
Sigma Theta Tau; Rho Phi Chapter 



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for the ball. 



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Chris Sullivan 


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Ed Gay 


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Nate Merritt 


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Phil McGeown 


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Jim McKeever 


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James Wadsworth 


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Nick Marzilli 


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Dave Brumby 


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Gavin Flanagan 


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Joe Sousa 


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Robbie Lepardo 


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Eric Belcher 


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Matt Thistle 


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David Delory 


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Matt Vaccaro 


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Bill Clang 


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Salvador Mendonca 


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Wins: 12 
Losses: 19 



Captains: 

Mary 

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Katelyn 

Volner and 

Jennifer 

Mazzone 




The softball team 
warming up 

before a game. 






Keep your eye on 
the ball! 



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Jennifer Mazzone 
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Allison Landry 


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Kathryhn DelVecchio 


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Mary Matthews 


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Lauren Gunther 


8 


Katelyn Volner 


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Jennifer Mazzone 


12 


Erin Ford 


13 


Megan Johnson 


14 


Samantha Tocci 


15 


Blair Benander 


17 


Katie Lesniak 


19 


Brittan Huntington 


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Rachel Johnson 


21 


Jill Masterson 


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Wins: 6 
Losses: 1 7 




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1 Christopher Donovan 


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1 Adam Azevedo 


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1 Tony Washington 


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1 Frank Jankowski 


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1 Erik Allen 


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1 Eric Taylor 


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"Even when I'm old and gray, I won't 
be able to play it, but I'll still love the 
game." -Michael Jordan 








Above: Anthony Faradie in play with the ball. 
Below: Tony Washington comes off the court 
with a smile. 



Basketball doesn't build 
character. It reveals it. 




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Lauren Taber 


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Colleen Kennedy 


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Brie Cunniff 


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Kaitlyn Rea 


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Katelyn Kennedy 


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Lisa Diamond 


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Hilary Glynn 


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Janice Coppolino 


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"I skate to where the puck is 
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Wins: 3 

Losses: 19 

Ties: 1 



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'Half the game is mental, the other half 
is being mental." -Jim Mckenny 









Bryce Guilbeaut 


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Chris LeBlanc 


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Joey Dalessio 


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Daniel Haskins 


4 


John Lagueux 


5 


Ross O'Driscoll 


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Roger LeBlanc 


8 


Bill Burke 


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Dan Richard 


10 


Josh Gianotsos 


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Matt Porter 


12 


Rick Belmonte 


14 


Nick Cashorali 


15 


Daniel Nelson 


16 


Robbie Deleo 


17 


Mike O'Hara 


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Ryan Travis 


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Mike Sargent 


20 


Bill McGoldrick 


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Greg Brogan 


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Jesse Ferguson 


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Tommy Butler 


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Ryan Murray 


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Cory Drouin 


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Matt Pettinato 


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Brian Greely 


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Paul Morgan 


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Whether at Football games in the fall, or basketball in the winter, the 
Framingham State cheerleaders were ready to boost team spirits. 
Additionally, the team participates in a national competition every year. 




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Gary Crandall 


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Ben Chamas 


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Brian Kinchla 


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Greg Hylander 


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Mark Agustynjak 


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Chad Kendall 


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Steven Erickson 


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Hector Vasquez 


Mark Hagen 


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Steve Mayo 


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Nolan Skowera 


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Ean Lorimer 


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Paul Bouley 


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Curtis Kingsley 




Kevin Ridlong 





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Blair Eberman 
Christina Sullivan 
Jen Volo 
Jill Gendron 
Melisa Yarckin 
Kathy Lamerais 
Lisa Diamond 
Kaitlyn Rea 
Andrea Pollack 
Amy Bergstrom 
Daniela Ferrara 
Katie McEvoy 
Jamie McDonnell 
Amy 

Cunningham 
Kerri Pelletier 
Kristen Yetman 
Amy Patnode 
Rebekah Huff 
Kathleen Hartin 
Laura Hallee 




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Women's Rugby at FSC has a strong tradition. Each fall and spring the team 

competes against other local colleges. 



Faculty and Staff 



"Teach them well and let them lead the way.' 








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In the classroom ... in offices ... around campus, F&C Faculty and (Staff 
are ever/where to assist students make it to graduation. 



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Photo left: 

Dr. Scott Greenberg provides 
information on the Graduate and 
Continuing Education program 
on campus. 



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Student Involvement and Campus Events staff 
Rachel Lucking, Cris Linan, and Jessica Frost take 
some time from the admissions Open House for a 
photo opportunity. 



At a faculty-staff function, Dean Cynthia Smith 
Forrest chats with Professor Carol Russell of the 
Chemistry Department. 




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Main photo: 

A student taking instruction 
during a class that utilizes 
wireless laptops. 



Photo below: 

The Sociology Department is 
home to several talented 
professors. Dr. Ellen Zimmerman 
teaches several anthropological 
sociology courses on campus. 




Students pursuing a career in 
Clothing and Textiles are certain 
to have a course with Professor 
Rebecca Taylor. 



Photo above: 

Assisting a student. Professor 
Robert Johnson of the 
Communication Arts 

Department, is just one of the 
many talented communication 
arts faculty members. 



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Leading the Sociology 

Department is Professor Marian 
Cohen. As Chair of the Sociology 
Department Professor Cohen 
oversees the major and the 
faculty members. 




As advisor to Pinnacle (the Adults 
Returning to College Honor 
Society) or Nursing Department 
Chair, Susan Conrad provides 
support to a variety of students 
on campus. 



In tune with student success, 
Professor Ed Melegian teaches 
music courses and performs at 
the College. 



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Photo right: 

The Business Department faculty speed off campus 

on a Friday. 



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Within the Family and Consumer Sciences 
Department, Professor Irene Foster teaches several 
classes. 



Dennis Polselli records a reading for students 
through a Disability Services program. 




The Mathematics Department 



Working in the lab. 



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Framingham State College 

Programs of Study 




Bachelor of Arts 

Art 

Communication Arts 

Economics 

English 

Geography 

History 

Interdisciplinary 

Modern Languages 

Politics 

Psychology 

Sociology 

Coordinate Major in 

Education 

Early Childhood Education 

Elementary Education 



Bachelor of Science 
Business Administration 

Chemistry 

Clothing and Textiles 

Computer Science 

Consumer and Family 

Studies 

Food and Nutrition 

Food Science 

Mathematics 

Nursing 







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"Sometimes one sees in the school simply the instrument for transferring a certain 

maximum quantity of knowledge to the growing generation. But that is not right. 

Knowledge is dead. The school, however, serves the living. It should develop in the 

young individuals those qualities and capabilities which are of value for the welfare of the 

commonwealth. But that does not mean that individuality should be destroyed and the 

individual become a mere tool of the community, like a bee or an ant. For a community of 

standardized individuals without personal originality and personal aims would be a poor 

community without possibilities for development. On the contrary, the aim must be the 

training of independently acting and thinking individuals, who however, see in the 

service of the community their highest life problem." 

-Albert Einstein, 1936 



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GLASS of 2003 




Elsie El Daya, President 




Kaitlyn &hrer, Treasurer 
Communication Arts 




Zachary Hamill, Vice President 
Communication Arts 




Amy Walsh, (Secretary 
(Sociology 



2003 Class Officers 



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Trevor B. Adams 
Communications 



Vanessa M. 

Anselme 
English 



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Julie M. 

Antoncecchi 
Sociology 






Patricia C. 

Azuakolam 
Nursing 





Amy L. Balkus 

Elementary 
Education 






Leonardo D. 

Bellini 
Modern 

Languages 



Jennifer 

Baudanza 
Biology 



Elizabeth A. 

Bardellini 
Communication 

Arts 




Stephanie A. 

Bennett 
Government 



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Karina S. Bezerra 
Economics 




Matthew L. Blood 
Art 



Petra C. Borg 
English 



Brenda L. 

Boudreau 
Business 

Administration 




Kristin Braga 

Business 
Administration 




Nathan Todd 

Brooks 
Geography 



Teona C. Brown 
Sociology 



Heather A. Buiwit 

Business 
Administration 



Gina M. Camara 
Nursing 



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Capozzi 
English 



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John E.A. Carter 
ACS Chemistry 




Jacqueline D. 

Chappell 
Politics 



Kathleen M. Clark 

Food and 
Nutrition 



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Allison M. Dahill 
Sociology 




Hester E. Darcy 
Geography 



Francisco T. 

Darko 
Business 

Administration 




Monica A. Davis 
Nursing 




Stephanie M. 

Davis 
Business 

Administration 



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Karla J. Day 
Early Education 



Marilyn A. Dixon 
Nursing 




Pamela Doiron 

Business 
Administration 



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Patricia N. 

Donovan 
Communication 

Arts 




Caitlin E. Egan 

Business 
Administration 



Leah Dyer 
English 




Marie T. Englund 

Communication 
Arts 




Vincent J. Ferrara 
Psychology 



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Erin L. Flaherty 
Business 



John P. Gagliardi 

Communication 
Arts 



Nicole L. 

Gagliardi 
Communication 










Jill M. Gardosik 

Corporate 
Communications 




Erica J. Gordon 
Nursing 



Catherine E. 

Hamill 
Psychology 



Zachary C. Hamill 

Communication 
Arts 




Ligia M. Hammiel 
Psychology 




Amanda L. Heiek 

Fashion Design 
and Retail 



Mariah A. 

Haworth 
Corporate 

Communications 



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Kristen N. Holm 
Sociology 



April A. Houde 
Nutrition 




Bilal AJabak 

Business 
Administration 



Regine Jode 

Consumer 
Science 



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Rejeanne Jode 

Business 
Administration 




Jennifer R. 

Johnson 
Psychology 







Megan B. 

Johnson 
Geography 



Jennifer M. Jones 
Sociology 



Michelle R. Julian 

Early Childhood 
Education 



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Marissa C. Jones 


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Erika M. Kari 

Communication 
Arts 




Elizabeth A. Kut 
Sociology 




Katherine IV 

Kiner 
Psychology 



Angela M. 

Klimowicz 
Psychology 




Allyson K. Kyle 

Business 
Administration 



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Keatrina C. 

Lezama 
Psychology 





Cristian Linan 
Sociology 





Christine B. Lis 

Business 
Administration 



Larissa S. Logan 

Communication 
Arts 



Chanda M. 

Lombardo 
Fashion Design in 

Retailing 



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Sara A. McDonald 

Modern 
Languages 




Melissa A. 

McManus 
Art 



Katrina E. Mintz 
Geography 



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Sean W. Moore 

Business 
Administration 



Eva M. Nemeth 
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Cady E. Ober 
Psychology 



Christine N. 

O'Callaghan 
Apparel Design 




Amy P. Parsons 

Secondary 
Education 



Angela M. 

Porcello 
Psychology 



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Theresa R. Porfert 

Early Childhood 
Education 



Jessica L. Rich 
English 



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Emily N. 

Riebesehl 
Fashion Design 






Sarah E. 

Robinson 
Art 




James 

Santosuosso 
Business 

Administration 




Elizabeth Short 
Psychology 



Randi Silva 
Economics 



Kristin Skigis 

Family & Consumer 
Sciences 




Deborah Sparrow 

Visual 
Communications 



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Aaron St. 

Lawrence 
Psychology 



Jill M. St. Jean 
Nutrition 



Azmy Sukkoor 

Computer 
Science 



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Megan Sullivan 

Communication 
Arts 



Daniela Taenzer 

Visual 
Communications 



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Christina Tatro 
Sociology 



David F. Taylor 

Business 
Administration 




Raycho F. 

Thomas 
History 




Melissa M. 

Torigian 
Elementary 

Education 







Chau T. Tran 
Mathematics 




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Lori M. Turbesi 


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Christopher A. 

Turnbull 
History 



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Kristen M. Valorie 

Clothing & 
Textiles 




Mara S. Viveiros 

Business 
Administration 



Tanya M. Walker 
Biology 



Amy C. Walsh 
Sociology 



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Kristine M. 

Wheeler 
Psychology 



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Kristine M. White 
Biology 



Sara C. Wilde 
Communication 




Tony D. Wong 

Business 
Administration 



Michelle J. 

Woodard 
Sociology 




Sanjay K. Yadav 

Computer 
Science 




CONGRATULATIONS 
CLAM OF 2003! 




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Graduation 
















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A college education is not a quantitative body of memorized knowledge 
salted away in a card file. It is a taste for knowledge, a taste for philosophy, 
if you wilt a capacity to explore, to question to perceive relationships, 
between fields of knowledge and experience. - A. Whitney Griswold 







To think is easy. To act is hard. But the hardest thing in the world is to act id 

accordance with your thinking. [ 

Goethe ! 




It is one of the most beautiful compensations of this life that no man can 
sincerely try to help another without helping himself. 
Ralph Waldo Emerson 







You are educated. Your certification is in jour degree. You may think of it as the 
ticket to the good life. Let me ask you to think of an alternative. Think of it as your 

ticket to change the world. Tom Brokaw 

















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From Your Family and Friends 





The bond that links your true family is not 

one of blood, but of respect and joy in each 

other's life. -Richard "Bach 




XHHTs\o r 



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A Message of Love 

Tony and Jennifer Wong 





6RATULATI0NS TO OUR LITTLE ONES ! 



Jill St. Jean 




Jill, meeting you was the best 
thing that ever happened to 
me. I look forward to each and 
every moment with you. I 
cannot verbalize how much 
you mean to me. I love you. 
-Eric 



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Jill St Jean 





Jill- Where has the time gone? It seems like it was yesterday when you graduated from high school and started 
college. Not to mention it doesn't seem that long ago when you started kindergarten! Once again, during the 
past four years your success and achievemnets have continued to make us proud. Follow your dreams, the sky 
is the limit! Never settle for second best. Above all. treasure each day. find time for yourself and be happy. Know 
that we will always be here for you. You will always be our jillybeans". We wish you much success and 
happiness always. Congratulations! Much love, Mom and Dad. 

Jill- 1 cant believe that you are already graduating from college. But now I am going to be following in your 
footsteps, I'll do my best to do as well as you. Thank you for everything you've done for me. I'll always look up 
to you. I love you! Good luck in your future. Love, Your lil sis', Kim. 

Jill- Wow, I never thought this day would come. You have done such a fantastic job getting through college. 
You have definitely changed the definition of dedication! I am luck to call you my sister. I am proud of you and 
will always look up to you. Love you lots, my jillybeans"! Your littlest sister, Stephie. 

Jill- You are very special to me. I am very proud of you, and all you have accomplished. Congratulations and 
best wishes for a promising future. Love, Grandpa 






Maryellen LaDue 











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Congratulations Maryellen! We are so proud of you. Feels like yesterday you 
were just a little girl, but now you're a beautiful women going into the real 
world. Good luck and we love you! Love, Dad, Mom, Suzanne, Mike and 
John. 






Sarah DiNicola 




We are so proud of 
you "Sherwood". 
Love, Dad, Mom, 
Laura and Mike 



Angela Klimowicz 




Angela, may your College 
years be a springboard to 
your future. Jump high and 
embrace the future! We are 
proud of you, and we'll 
continue to pray for you as 
you reach new heights. 
Love, Mom and Dad. 



Gaiiin RLeagan 




You are our sunshine! 
Congratulations, Cai! 
Love, Mum, Dad, 
Arnie and Marg 



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James Eric Santosuosso 



Congratulations to our favorite 
drummer! Best of luck in the 
future! Love always, Mom and 
Dad. 




Michael K. Gatalano 




Mike, Congratulations! We are very proud of you, we 
know you will attain you goals. Along the way, keep 
that cheerful, gentle humor that seems to come 
naturally to you. Your imagination and thoughtful 
insights should serve you well as you pursue your 
future goals. One could not ask for a better son. We 
wish you the best in whatever path you take. We will 
always love you. Love, Mom, Dad and Annie 



Joey Sampson 




Love and luck forever! 

Love ya, Mom, Dad and 

Robbie 



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Stephanie Davis 



Stephanie Davis 




Stephanie, great job! We 
are so proud of you. 
May all your dreams 
come true. You're the 
bestlCongratulations and 
good luck! Love you, 
Mom and Kevin 




Stephanie and 
Maryellen, you made 
it! Congratulations 
and good luck always! 
Love you, Jessica and 
Kaylyn 



John Milliard 




For John, an artist 
and writer. 

We are so proud of 

you today and 

always. 

-Mom and Dad 



"For my part, I 
know nothing with 
any certainty, but 
the sight of the 
stars makes me 
dream." - Vincent 
Van Gogh 



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Destiny L. Dumont 






Congratulations! Good things come to those who 
are confident, patient and persistant! 



We wish you: 

D etermination in all that you do 

E xcellence in all that you accomplish 

S tability in all that you feel 

T rust in all that you believe 

I ndependence in all that you think 

N everending love \n who you are with 

Y ears of gratitude in all that you are 

We are so proud of you! Good luck, whatever your 
Destiny. Love, Mom and Paul 




Amanda L. Heiek 



Amanda, 

Always remember how 
much you are loved; I'm 
so proud of you. I 
promise to offer advice 
only when asked, always 
support your decisions 
and though you're an 
ocean away, I'll always be 
with you. Love, M 



David Taylor 



David, 

CONGRATULATIONS! We 
couldn't be more proud of 
you. You are and always 
have been a joy to us! Your 
life is still ahead of 
you... Enjoy! Love, Mom 
and Dad 



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Kristin Skigis 



Theresa RL. Port ert 




Congratulations, Kristin! 
Like a butterfly, give 
birth to your wings and 
know that we'll always 
be here for you. Love 
you, Mom and Dad 




To Theresa, 

We are very proud of you 
and all that you have 
accomplished. Best wishes 
in your teaching career! 
Love always, Mom, Dad, 
Carolyn and Catherine 



Mariah Haworth 




Congratulations on 
your graduation! 
We're so proud of 
you! Love from Mom, 
Dad and Tobey 



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Cady ©ber 




I will to the world and the education field, my daughter, Cady. So that 
the children she teaches can walk in her footsteps. Cady, I love you! 
-Dad 

"SUCCESS: To have laughed and loved much to have won the respect 
of intelligent people and the affection of little children. To look an old 
dog in the eye and know that he likes you just because you like him. 
To have looked for the best in people, instead of the worst. To have 
withstood the betrayal of false friends and won the appreciation of 
honest critics. To leave the world a little better, whether it Is through a 
garden patch, a healthy child, a better business, a better association or 
a redeemed social condition. To know that even one life has breathed 
a little easier because you have lived. THAT IS TO HAVE SUCCESS." 
-Richard Wolf 



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Keatrina Lezama 




Congratulations and best wishes on this special day! You have and will continue to 
make us proud. 

"What is success? It is: Setting goals, but not in concrete. Staying focussed, but 
turning aside to help someone. Following a plan, but remaining flexible. Moving 
ahead, but not too fast to smell the flowers. Taking a bow, but applauding those 
who had a part in your success." 

Simply put, you're a success! 

From your loving family. 

Dad, Mom, Jeffrey, K.C., O.J., Matthew, Kimberly, Taijai, Sydney, Laurian and 

Rachel 



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Jessica Guertin 






Dear Jessie, We are extremely proud 

of you and your accomplishments! 

Congratulations! Love, Mom, Tim 

and Colleen 



Jessica Guertin 



Catherine Hamill 




Dear Jess, 
You have been my hero (and Mom's 
princess)! Love from the one Mom loves 
best (he-he). -Bean 



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Congrats Catherine! You 
earned every point, every 
grade. We've cried, 
laughed, written papers 
together, talked on the 
phone, sent money (who 
loves you more?!). We love 
you. We are so proud of 
you. Is the world ready for 
this precious princess? 
Love, Mom and Dad 






RLyan Q. Shevalier 

CONGRATULATIONS 



We are all so DDOUD of you! 

With Lois of Love, 

Mom, Dad, Vicki, Gramma & Grandpa 
and Gramma 





"We know you will be successful 
in any career you pursue." 



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Elsie El Dayaa 




Congratulations big s\s\ I'm very 

proud of everything you have 

achieved; you've come a long way. 

Tm thankful I have someone to 

look up to whose footsteps I can 

follow knowing they will guide me 

in the right direction. This is just 

the beginning to a very bright 

future! I love you! 

Saly 




Thanks! 



Thank you Dr. John Budz, Teresa 
Pagliuca, the Gatepost and Athletics for 
your generous contributions to The 
Dial. 

Also, a special thanks to Rachel Lucking 
and Ashley Thomo for your help in 
constructing the yearbook. 





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